cistern

Cistern vs Cesspool - What's the difference?

cistern | cesspool |


As nouns the difference between cistern and cesspool

is that cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use while cesspool is an underground pit where sewage is held.

Cistern vs System - What's the difference?

cistern | system |


As nouns the difference between cistern and system

is that cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use while system is system.

Kieran vs Cistern - What's the difference?

kieran | cistern |


As a proper noun kieran

is , an anglicized form of.

As a noun cistern is

a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use.

Cistern vs Sump - What's the difference?

cistern | sump |


As nouns the difference between cistern and sump

is that cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use while sump is a hollow or pit into which liquid drains, such as a cesspool, cesspit or sink.

As a verb sump is

of a cave passage, to end in a sump, or to fill completely with water on occasion.

Cistern vs Pool - What's the difference?

cistern | pool |


As nouns the difference between cistern and pool

is that cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use while pool is a small and rather deep collection of (usually) fresh water, as one supplied by a spring, or occurring in the course of a stream; a reservoir for water.

As a verb pool is

to form a pool.

Tub vs Cistern - What's the difference?

tub | cistern |


As nouns the difference between tub and cistern

is that tub is a flat-bottomed vessel, of width similar to or greater than its height, used for storing or packing things, or for washing things in while cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use.

As a verb tub

is to plant, set, or store in a tub.

Cistern vs Well - What's the difference?

cistern | well |


As nouns the difference between cistern and well

is that cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use while well is a hole sunk into the ground as a source of water, oil, natural gas or other fluids.

As an adverb well is

accurately, competently, satisfactorily.

As an adjective well is

in good health.

As an interjection well is

used to acknowledge a statement or situation.

As a verb well is

to issue forth, as water from the earth; to flow; to spring.

Cistern vs Ditch - What's the difference?

cistern | ditch |


As nouns the difference between cistern and ditch

is that cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use while ditch is or ditch can be a trench; a long, shallow indentation, as for irrigation or drainage.

As a verb ditch is

or ditch can be to discard or abandon.

Wikidiffcom vs Cistern - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | cistern |

Wikidiffcom is likely misspelled.


Wikidiffcom has no English definition.

As a noun cistern is

a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use.

Cittern vs Cistern - What's the difference?

cittern | cistern |


As nouns the difference between cittern and cistern

is that cittern is a stringed instrument similar to a mandolin which is an early form of guitar while cistern is a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use.

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